Recently I bought a nice SSD SATA drive and installed a fresh Windows 7 on it but now I have 2 SATA drives with a Windows 7 on my system.
Now when I boot for some reason it boots the old Windows version (SATA drive, now E:\) on the other SATA drive unless
I go into the BIOS and rearrange the boot order of the drives which is annoying since I have to do this every time.
I then get the Windows Boot Manager which let's me choose which version to start.
However, I just need the Windows 7 installation on the SSD drive (C:\) to start and would want to delete the boot records on the other drive (E:\).
Additionally I still have an old IDE drive (H:\) used as backup drive which for some reason still has Windows XP boot records also.
The C:\ drive (SSD) is working like a charm, the only thing that bugs me is the mess of boot records across all drives.
Via command promt I got this executing the "bcdedit /enum" command:
This is very confusing to me, because:
1) It's not showing the E:\ drive at all.
2) The Boot Manager is on H:\? (The old IDE drive).
How can I clean this mess up?
Thanks for reading.